In Canada, it’s darker at this time of year. There are fewer waking hours and dusk and darkness are often inhabited by unexplained events and ghostly phenomena.
It’s the first game of the new hockey season and my beloved Habs (Montreal Canadiens) are in town to face their rival the Toronto Maple Leafs; a perfect time to talk about a Toronto hockey hang out.
Every fall, millions of birds, butterflies and dragonflies from across North America head south for winter. Along the north shore of Lake Erie in Ontario, Canada, these include birds of prey.
Bats are the world’s most misunderstood creatures.
On a recent trip to Long Point Provincial Park we spotted what we thought was a huge, beautiful butterfly.
It started with a tweet. Julie Ovenell Carter is a well known Canadian travel writer and she tweets for WhyGoCanada.com, a Canada travel source. Julie’s tweet read: “My favourite food souvenir from Canada? Hawkins Cheezies of course! What’s yours?…”
Do me a favour, nay, do yourself and your sausage & rib loving friends and family a favour.
I love everything swim, surf and sunscreen and I discovered all three in Midland, Ontario as well as right here in my hometown of Toronto.
Kelly’s back with her take on what beer the gang in Toronto is drinking these days…
If you’ve never played on Lake Erie’s north shore, go!!
“When I get home I shall write a book about this place. If I ever do get home.” (Alice)
As urban sprawl grows so do the number of unusual wildlife sightings in Canada’s urban areas.